How to Install RabbitMQ on RHEL 7

How to Install RabbitMQ on RHEL 7
How to Install RabbitMQ on RHEL 7

How to Install RabbitMQ on RHEL 7 - In the dynamic realm of enterprise-level messaging systems, the installation of RabbitMQ stands as a crucial milestone for organizations seeking efficient and scalable communication solutions.

If you're navigating the landscape of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL 7) and aiming to bolster your infrastructure with a robust message broker, this article is your comprehensive guide. Join us on a journey as we delve into the step-by-step process of installing RabbitMQ on RHEL 7, unlocking the potential for seamless communication and collaboration in your system.

Whether you're a seasoned sysadmin or an enthusiast exploring new horizons, this tutorial will empower you to harness the capabilities of RabbitMQ and elevate your messaging architecture. Let's embark on this exploration together!


Before u want installing RabbitMQ you must prepare that .rpm on your rhel, here im uploaded it with SecureFX the protocol is sftp.

upload .rpm erlang & rabbitmq
upload .rpm erlang & rabbitmq

Installing Rabbit-MQ

Don't forget you must enable your local repo yah, After you upload & enable your local repo, you must enter to directory that file .rpm position and install it. here im put that .rpm on my directory is /home/kitsake

# cd /home/kitsake
# yum install erlang-22.1.2-1.el7.x86_64.rpm rabbitmq-server-3.7.10-1.el7.noarch.rpm
Installing RabbitMQ
Installing RabbitMQ

ok, congratulations on your success in installing RabbitMQ, but don't stop here, you must complete that configure until can use it. next, you must start that service and auto-start when the system is first boot.

# systemctl start rabbitmq-server.service
# systemctl enable rabbitmq-server.service

and check the status this service with the command

# systemctl status rabbitmq-server.service


Enable and use the RabbitMQ Management Console.

Yes, this step is final because after you configure this step you can use this RabbitMQ, you must enable the management console before.

# rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management
# chown -R rabbitmq:rabbitmq /var/lib/rabbitmq/

You need to register as admin/user to access that service

# rabbitmqctl add_user admin 123456
# rabbitmqctl set_user_tags admin administrator
# rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p / admin ".*" ".*" ".*"


http://YourIP-RHEL:15672/ and log in with your Account

RabbitMQ UI
RabbitMQ UI

Closing statement

As we wrap up this journey through the installation of RabbitMQ on RHEL 7, you now stand at the gateway to a more robust and scalable messaging infrastructure. 

By incorporating RabbitMQ into your system, you've unlocked the potential for streamlined communication and enhanced collaboration. Whether you're managing a complex enterprise network or experimenting with new technologies, the power of RabbitMQ awaits your command. 

Take the next step – delve into the realms of RabbitMQ's advanced features, experiment with configurations, and share your experiences with the vibrant tech community. 

Your interaction and exploration will not only enrich your own expertise but contribute to the collective knowledge of those navigating the exciting landscape of modern messaging systems. Happy messaging!

Bangkit Ade Saputra
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